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Darren Sammy alongside his West Indies team-mates

The West Indies team called off the tour mid-match last week due to financial reasons

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West Indies in action against India during the ICC World Twenty20 tournament at The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka earlier this year

Dispute over player payments led to decision to quit tour

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Players stand behind captain Bravo as series winds up in mid-match

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West Indies in action against India during the ICC World Twenty20 tournament at The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka earlier this year

The dispute is down to player payments

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‘I shouldn’t have gone on that Ashes tour at all,’ admits Swann

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Kevin Pietersen poses during his book signing at Waterstones Canary Wharf Jubilee in London
England captain also shocked by abuse of 'heart and soul' Matt Prior
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Kevin Pietersen's autobiography has been the focus of this week's sporting news agenda

There are enough main players in Pietersen’s tome to assemble a cricket team; albeit a dysfunctional one. After a week of madness Stephen Brenkley assesses who’s been stumped and who’s ducked the bouncers

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In a week that's been dominated by revelations from Roy Keane and Kevin Pietersen, we take a look at some other autobiographies that caused a stir

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Keith Miller in 1948

Miller was a part of Don Bradman's 'invincibles' Australian side of 1948

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Andrew Strauss (left) is more unforgiving of Kevin Pietersen than in their playing days

The revelations continue to come following the release of the former England batsman's book

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Kevin Pietersen at a book signing for his new autobiography

Pietersen reveals that he believes the ECB chairman could leave his post in the next few months following the release of KP: The Autobiography

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Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Agnew and Jessica Taylor

Agnew gave his opinion on Pietersen on Tuesday before becoming embroiled in an online row with his wife that led to him leaving the social media site

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Kevin Pietersen appears on BBC ‘Breakfast’ show as part of a busy day promoting his book

Pietersen's autobiography has left the ECB with many questions to answer over his controversial sacking last year

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Tim Bresnan and Kevin Pietersen

Bresnan has taken to Twitter to deny having access to or posting tweets from a fake Kevin Pietersen account in 2012

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Kevin Pietersen speaking on The Clare Balding Show

The man who was once the England team’s most illustrious player has again outflanked those who dispensed with him

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Kevin Pietersen's autobiography has been the focus of this week's sporting news agenda

The man behind the spoof Twitter account is a friend of both Stuart Broad and Alex Hales, but is adamant no England players tweeted from it

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Ricky Ponting tries to evade a shot by Kevin Pietersen in the Ashes Test in Adelaide in 2010

Former Australia star leads international cries of support for batsman after his book controversy

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Kevin Pietersen says England have made poor team choices for the Lord’s Test

It can only hope (and pray) that after Pietersen has made all the running for another two days or so and done wonders for his book sales there will be room for a more considered reaction to his allegations

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Dynamo Moscow defender Christopher Samba was fined for responding to racist abuse with a one-fingered gesture
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Serena Williams of the US reacts to a point against Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark during their US Open 2014 women's singles finals match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Center in New York
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Ched Evans could have used his experiences to educate young men in matters of sexual content
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Ewen McKenzie announces his resignation as head coach of Australia
Decision came after defeat to New Zealand
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Michael Cheika is tipped to become the new Australia coach
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